1 Choose your destination. we ll help you get there. COLLEGE FUNDING 2014//2016 CATALOG
2 COLLEGE FUNDING Tuition and Fees District 540 tuition and universal fees per credit hour: (Effective Summer 2013) In District Tuition for In-District students: $ 130 Student Life Fee: $ 7 Program Development and Facilities Enhancement Fee: $ 2 TOTAL TUITION & FEES: $ 139 per credit hour Out of District Tuition: $ 260 per credit hour Out of State/Out of Country Tuition: $ 390 per credit hour Tuition and fees are subject to change. For current rates, please refer to the College website. Persons (and their dependents) who own property in District 540 and pay taxes to HCC will pay the in-district tuition and fee rate per credit hour according to the above table. Individuals attending another institution of higher learning within the district will pay the same in-district tuition and fee rate per credit hour according to the above table. Persons (and their dependents) who reside outside the district, but work full-time within the district will pay the in-district tuition and fee rate per credit hour according to the above table. All international students with an F-1 Visa will pay the out-of-state tuition and fee rate of $399 per credit hour for the academic year. Payment of tuition can be made using cash (Normal campus only), check, debit card, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or online. If a student uses the online payment system, they may pay their tuition and fees balance in full or opt for one of the published installment payment plans. The online payment system accepts payments via a checking or savings account, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. Payment using a Visa card cannot be made using the online payment system. To learn more visit my.heartland.edu/pay. Tuition and fees may be paid in person at the following locations: (1) Enrollment Services located on the first floor of the Community Commons Building (CCB) at our Raab Road campus in Normal; (2) Pontiac Center; or (3) Lincoln Center. Tuition and fees may also be paid over the phone at (309) using a credit card or debit card. Tuition and fees may also be paid online. Fees may be assessed for online payment. Students enrolling in certain courses will be assessed a course-specific or lab fee in addition to tuition. These courses and fees are indicated in the class schedule. Other student fees include, but are not limited to, the following: Course/Laboratory Fees... Varies Graduation Fee... $10 Heartland OneCard Replacement Fee...$20 Past Due Administrative Account Fee...$15-$30 Returned Check Fee... $25 Installment Payment Plan Fee... $30
3 Cashier/Business Office A cashier is located in CCB Suite 1000 (located on the first floor of the Community Commons Building at our Raab Road location in Normal) to accept payments of tuition and fees. Cash (Normal campus only), check, debit and/or VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express credit cards are accepted. Payment by phone at (309) is also accepted with a credit or debit card. For information about online payments in full and online monthly installment payment plans, please contact the Cashier or visit The cashier also sells postage stamps, answers questions regarding the Heartland OneCard, online payments and installment payment plans, and is available to make currency change. The cashier s business hours are 8 a.m. 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. on Fridays. Hours are subject to change during holiday and summer periods. The Lincoln and Pontiac centers also accept payment of tuition and fees in the form of checks, debit cards, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express credit cards. The Business Office is located on the second floor of the Community Commons Building. Business Office staff are available for assistance with the Heartland OneCard, the online and installment payment plan options, employer-paid or other third party tuition payment arrangements and collection company notices and activity. Payment Policy By registering for classes at Heartland Community College, students are accepting financial responsibility for the costs of and related to their registration and/or other College services. Deadlines for the payment of tuition and fees are published in the class schedule and online at It is the student s responsibility to be aware of the payment deadline for his/her tuition. A bill and/or a payment reminder will be mailed, by paper and electronically, to each student at least once per semester. The student bill is also online on the Student Center page in IRIS. Collection Policy Failure to pay a past due debt may result in the student account being referred to a collection agency and/or legal action may be authorized for the collection of the debt. Students will be responsible for all fees and costs incurred in the collection of the past due debt, including collection fees and/or attorney fees. The College will use external collection companies to collect outstanding and overdue student account balances. Unpaid tuition and fee or other College charges (such as for childcare, library fines, unreturned equipment) are subject to collection efforts and may affect a student s credit rating. The College also lists debts with the State of Illinois for recovery. Debts to the College may be deducted from State of Illinois tax refunds and payrolls processed by the State of Illinois. Any cost assessed by the State of Illinois will be the responsibility of the student. Business office staff should be contacted to review and establish any outstanding balance payment arrangements. A restriction will be placed on a student s account if an unpaid balance exists and no payment arrangements have been made. The restriction will limit future enrollments and the issuance of grades and student transcripts. Chargeback Policy District 540 residents enrolling in programs not offered by HCC are eligible to receive chargebacks to other community colleges offering those programs. Students must complete a chargeback application at Heartland Community College at least 30 days prior to the start of the semester for which the chargeback is sought. Chargeback applications may be obtained at any of the College locations.
4 Refund Policy 100% refunds are issued to students who officially drop from courses by the published refund deadlines. Full semester (Fall and Spring) courses can typically be dropped during the first 10 days of class. Four-week, eight- week, twelve-week, and Summer courses have proportionately shorter refund deadlines. Please visit for all applicable refund deadlines. Official drops may be completed by submitting a signed drop form to the Admissions department located in suite 1000 of the Community Commons Building (CCB) or online through IRIS using myheartland. The student should retain a printed copy of the successful drop transaction. No telephone drops will be accepted. If the student is unable to come to the college, a signed letter may be submitted requesting to be dropped from classes. The postmark date on the letter will be used to determine eligibility for a refund. No refunds are issued for withdrawals after the refund deadline. If the refund deadline has passed, a student may be considered for a full refund of tuition if a licensed physician documents that a major medical situation has occurred which supports the student s withdrawal from his/her classes. Medical withdrawals must be complete and not just for a reduced load. To be considered for a medical withdrawal, a letter must be written in a timely manner, including medical documentation, to the Dean of Enrollment Services. Reservists called to active duty while enrolled at Heartland Community College shall receive a full refund or credit against future enrollment. A letter requesting the drop and military documentation should be provided to the Dean of Enrollment Services. If a class is canceled because of insufficient enrollment or for another reason, students will receive full reimbursement of tuition and fees. How do I drop a course or cancel my enrollment? To avoid financial obligation to the College, students must notify the College in writing, or online (using IRIS in myheartland), postmarked or data entered, by the published refund dates if they do not plan to attend the courses in which they have enrolled. Please visit for published deadlines. No telephone requests can be accepted. If a student uses IRIS to drop or withdraw from a class, a printout of the successful transaction should be retained by the student. Refunds and the Heartland OneCard How are Heartland Community College refunds delivered to students? All refunds for cancelled and dropped classes will be paid according to the refund method selected by the student using their Heartland OneCard at If the student's account was paid using a credit or debit card, the student must notify the Business Office immediately following the enrollment change that caused the refund and provide the 16- digit card number and expiration date for any refund to be issued back to the credit/debit card used for payment. For security purposes, this card information is not stored by the College. When will refunds be issued? Financial aid credit balances (refunds) will typically begin to be issued by the 6th week of classes. Student refunds will typically begin to be issued during the 3rd week of classes. Student loan refunds will typically begin to be issued during the tenth week of class. What are my options for receiving all student refunds, including financial aid refunds? Your options include having your refund: Directly deposited into your One Account - Easy Refund (Funds available the same day as disbursement by the College); or, Deposited to another bank of your choice - ACH Transfer to Other Bank (Funds available 2 3 business days after disbursement by the College) For more information visit
5 What do students need to do? Heartland OneCards are mailed automatically to all students who are enrolled in credit classes. To ensure proper delivery of their Heartland OneCard by the Post Office, students need to keep their address current with the College and watch out for their heartland OneCard In the mail. Heartland OneCards are always mailed to the student's address on file with the College and cannot be forwarded by the Post Office. If a student throws away or loses his or her Heartland OneCard or it is sent to the address on file and the address is incorrect or undeliverable, a $20 charge will be assessed to the student to Issue a replacement card. This represents the charge by Higher One to issue a new card to the student. Students must log in to using their Heartland OneCard 16-digit card number once they have received their card to CHOOSE their refund preference. Students will not be able to receive any refunds owed to them by the College until they have chosen a refund preference. Can I have my refund deposited to another bank account? If you choose to have your refund deposited into your own bank account (checking or savings), you must still login to with the 16-digit card number from your Heartland One Card. For this option, you will need to choose the "ACH transfer to other bank" option and complete, print, and mail the third party signature form to the designated address. If you forget to print the signature form, it is available at Can I select a paper check for my refund instead? No, the College has committed to electronic delivery of refunds to ensure safety of student funds and security in delivery. Regardless of how you choose to receive your funds, a student must always activate their refund preference using their Heartland OneCard at What is the OneAccount? The OneAccount from Higher One is a fully-functioning FDIC insured checking account. The OneAccount is one of your choices for accessing student refunds and has no minimum balance and offers free Internet banking features. As with most bank accounts, overdraft, inactivity, and other penalty fees may be assessed. With it, you can use your Heartland OneCard to make purchases anywhere Debit MasterCard is accepted. How will I know when my refund has been deposited to my OneAccount? Students will receive an when their refund has been directly deposited to their OneAccount. Additionally, they will be able to see details of their OneAccount by accessing their OneAccount Statement on the website. Why is the Debit MasterCard logo on the Heartland OneCard? The Heartland OneCard is the card you use to access your funds. If you choose to open the OneAccount, you can use the card as a debit card wherever Debit MasterCard is accepted. The card is NOT a credit card. It is a DEBIT card. What will happen to my refund if I don t activate my Heartland OneCard? Heartland will not be able to disburse your refund to you. Regardless of whether you anticipate a refund or not, it is important to choose a refund preference using your Heartland OneCard at to avoid delays in receiving any refunds due to you. What do I do if I did not receive my Heartland OneCard in the mail? You may log on to and use the Where s my Card? self-help feature that will provide you with the real-time status of your card. Or, you may contact the Heartland Community College Business Office at (309)
6 Is there a cost for a new or replacement Heartland OneCard? Yes, if a card has been lost, destroyed or discarded and the student requires a new one, a $20 charge will be assessed to the student s account. If the OneCard was mailed to the student address on file with the College and the address was incorrect or undeliverable by the US Postal Service, a $20 charge will also be assessed if the student needs a replacement card sent to a corrected address. Is the Heartland OneCard my official Heartland identification (id) card? No. Official Heartland photo ID cards are issued in person on campus throughout the semester. Go to the Library for more Information. What if I have additional questions? For more information about the Heartland OneCard and refunds, please visit or contact the College cashier at (309) Tuition Waivers for Senior Citizens District 540 residents who are 65 years of age or older are eligible for a waiver of tuition and standard (universal) fees. Verification of age is required by presenting an Illinois driver s license or other appropriate documentation at the time of enrollment. This waiver does not apply to course-specific or lab fees (If applicable) or the purchase of textbooks or supplies. Financial Aid Students attending HCC are eligible to participate in several financial aid programs. The major sources are from the U.S. Department of Education and the Illinois Student Assistance Commission. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) electronically at The priority deadline for filing for financial aid is April 1st prior to fall enrollment. Students who meet the priority deadline will be considered for limited funds available to the college. The HCC college code, , should be entered on the FAFSA. FAFSA completion workshops, to assist students in completing the application, are offered by the financial aid office on a regular basis. To be eligible to receive financial aid at Heartland, a student must meet the following requirements: 1. Have a valid high school diploma or GED; 2. Be enrolled as a regular student pursuing a degree or certificate; 3. Be enrolled at least half-time, six credit hours (exceptions are possible for some aid types); 4. Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen; 5. Not be in default on any educational loan, show an unwillingness to repay an educational loan, or owe any refund on a grant or loan; 6. Meet the eligibility requirements of each of the aid programs accepted; 7. Be registered with the Selective Service if you are a male who is at least 18 years of age; 8. Have no convictions for the sale or possession of illegal drugs (depending on the date of the conviction, the student may be eligible for student aid); 9. Not receive financial aid at more than one school for the same period of time; 10. Make satisfactory academic progress as defined by the Financial Aid Office at Heartland Community College; and 11. Not receive tuition specific awards in excess of actual tuition charges. The amount of financial aid and/or benefits received from the various programs is based on the credit hours of enrollment. Financial Aid enrollment status is defined as follows: 0-5 credit hours less than half-time 6-8 credit hours half-time 9-11 credit hours three-quarter time 12 + credit hours full-time
7 Federal Pell Grant The Federal Pell Grant is funded and administered by the U.S. Department of Education. To qualify for the Federal Pell Grant, students must demonstrate significant financial need. Awards usually range from $287-$5645 per academic year. Students can receive Federal Pell Grant for a maximum of 12 semesters. After the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is evaluated, the U.S. Department of Education determines an estimate of Federal Pell Grant eligibility. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) FSEOG is funded by the U.S. Department of Education. To qualify for the FSEOG, students must meet specific criteria outlined by the financial aid office. Students who are awarded FSEOG must be enrolled for at least 6 credit hours per semester in order to receive the award. FSEOG awards vary in amount, but generally are $225-$450 per academic year. Federal Work Study (FWS) FWS awards allow for an opportunity to work on campus or specific off-campus non-profit agencies. Students who demonstrate financial need and who are hired under the FWS program will receive a paycheck every two weeks for hours worked. The U.S. Department of Education pays a large percentage of the hourly salary and the employer pays the remainder. Available jobs under the FWS program are advertised through the financial aid office. Students must be enrolled for at least 6 credit hours per semester and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 in order to work under the FWS program. Direct Loans Heartland Community College participates in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program. The direct loan program is available to eligible students who borrow directly from the U.S. Department of Education. Loan funds are not grant money and must be repaid. Direct loans, subsidized and unsubsidized loans include: 1. Subsidized Loans are available to students who demonstrate financial need. The U.S. Department of Education pays the interest on the loan while the student is enrolled at least half time. The interest rate on these loans is determined annually by the U.S. Department of Education. The amount of the subsidized loan cannot exceed the student s financial need. 2. Unsubsidized Loans do not require the student to demonstrate financial need. The U.S. Department of Education does not pay the interest on unsubsidized loans. The student is responsible for interest which accrues on the loan while in school, during the 6-month grace period and during all periods of repayment. Students must complete the FAFSA in order to have eligibility determined for the program. In addition, students should complete an in-person-pre loan counseling session with the Financial Aid office. Depending on the financial need, a student may receive both subsidized and unsubsidized loans for the same enrollment period, but the total amount of these loans may not exceed the annual loan limit. Freshman students may borrow a maximum subsidized Stafford Loan of $3500. Sophomore students may borrow a maximum subsidized Stafford Loan of $4500. A promissory note must be signed each time a student borrows. Borrowers must also complete entrance loan counseling before the loan will be disbursed. All Direct Loans are borrowed money that must be repaid with interest, just like car loans or mortgages. Student loans cannot be cancelled because you didn t complete or didn t like the education you paid for with the loans, didn t get a job in your field of study or because you re having financial difficulty. Loans are legal obligations, so think about the amount you ll have to repay before you take out a loan. Repayment begins usually six months after graduation or when a student ceases to be enrolled at least half time. Repayment periods of Direct Loans vary depending on the amount you borrow and the repayment plan that is chosen. Parent PLUS Loans through the Direct Loan program Plus loans are available to credit worthy parents of dependent students. Parents borrow directly through the U.S. Department of Education and may borrow the cost of attendance less any other financial aid the student applicant receives. The interest rate is determined annually by the U.S. Department of Education.
8 In addition to completing the FAFSA, a separate PLUS loan application must be completed and submitted to the Financial Aid office in order for a Direct PLUS loan to be processed. Loan Exceptions In accordance with federal regulations, Heartland Community College reserves the right to refuse to certify a student loan on behalf of a student. These decisions are made on a case by case basis and will take into consideration the student s prior educational loan history. Students have the right to appeal any such decision to the Dean of Student Success for further review. Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) Monetary Award Program (MAP) is awarded to eligible Illinois residents who demonstrate financial need. Students are automatically considered for a MAP grant by submitting the FAFSA. MAP grant awards are specific to pay tuition and vary in amount but usually range from $256 - $1672 per academic year. Funding for MAP grants is limited and eligibility for the award is determined by ISAC and date of the FAFSA submission. In past years, the cutoff date for being considered for a full year MAP grant has been as early as March. It is to your advantage to complete the FAFSA as early as possible. Students can receive a maximum of 75 paid MAP credit hours at the community college level. Illinois Veteran Grant (IVG) Students who entered the military from the state of Illinois, served at least one year of honorable active duty and returned to Illinois within six months of separation, qualify for the Illinois Veteran Grant. The Illinois Veteran Grant pays tuition and universal fees at state-supported institutions for 120 credit hours of enrollment. The grant is not based on financial need, but students must maintain satisfactory academic progress. Applications for the IVG are available in the Financial Aid office or through the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC). Illinois National Guard (ING) Scholarship Members of the Illinois National Guard or the Illinois Naval Militia who have served at least one year and are concurrently in the Guard or Militia may apply for this grant. The grant will pay tuition and universal fees for 120 credit hours of enrollment at any state-supported institution. Applications are available in the Financial Aid office or online through the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC), and must be submitted for each academic year of enrollment. Federal Financial Aid for Veterans The financial aid office will provide assistance and enrollment certification for veterans who wish to use their benefits at HCC. Eligible programs include, but are not limited to, the following: Montgomery G.I. Bill (Chapter 30) Selected Reserve Educational Assistance Program (Chapter 106) Veterans Educational Assistance Program (Chapter 32) Vocational Rehabilitation (Chapter 31) Survivors and Dependents Educational Assistance (Chapter 35) Post 9/11 G.I. Bill (Chapter 33) Applicants must complete VA forms and submit proof of their military service record and official transcripts for all previous college work. In addition, proof of birth, marriage and divorce certificates are required for certain veterans programs. Repayment of Federal Financial Aid Funds Any student receiving federal financial aid funds who completely withdraws from or stops attending all classes prior to the completion of 60% of the enrollment period may be required to repay a portion of the funds received.
9 Financial Aid Cooperative Agreement with Illinois State University Heartland Community College and Illinois State University (ISU) have entered a consortium agreement to maximize financial aid eligibility for students concurrently enrolled at both institutions. Under the agreement, the hours of enrollment at each institution can be combined for financial aid purposes. To be eligible, a student must be enrolled for at least 12 credit hours at ISU and the hours taken at HCC must be transferable to the student s major course of study. It is the student s responsibility to contact both ISU and Heartland financial aid offices prior to the enrollment period to complete a consortium contract. Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid The College is required to establish satisfactory progress standards for federal and state financial aid recipients in accordance with the U.S. Department of Education regulations. These standards insure that only those recipients demonstrating satisfactory progress toward the completion of their education continue to receive financial aid. Evaluation of Satisfactory Academic Progress Each financial aid recipient s satisfactory progress is evaluated at the end of each term. It will be determined if the student is in good standing or will be denied financial assistance for future enrollment periods. The student must meet all three progress requirements: 1. Completion rate; 2. Grade point average; and 3. Maximum time frame to remain in good standing Students will be notified by the financial aid office if they are placed on denial status for financial aid. Denial Status for Financial Aid Denial status will prevent the student from receiving any Title IV financial assistance until satisfactory academic progress is achieved. Criteria for Satisfactory Academic Progress 1. Completion Rate To remain in good standing for Satisfactory Academic Progress, a student must have earned hours equal to at least 67% of the total hours attempted. Students not earning 67% of the hours attempted will be placed on immediate denial status for future financial aid consideration. Attempted hours are defined as the hours for which the student is enrolled and charged tuition (10th day of the semester) plus hours attempted at the other College/ Universities. Earned hours are defined as the sum of hours for which a student has earned a grade of A, B, C or D. Withdrawals, incompletes, audits, non-credit, repeats for an F, failures, and non-passing grades are not earned hours. 2. Grade Point Average Requirements Financial aid recipients must maintain the following grade point average (GPA) based on cumulative hours earned in order to meet satisfactory progress requirements: Cumulative Hours Attempted Minimum Cumulative GPA
10 Maximum Time Limit Requirements A student s eligibility for financial aid will be terminated at the point where 96 credit hours have been attempted for the associate degree and, for a certificate, when 150% of the total hours required, as stated in the College catalog, have been attempted. Hours attempted is the sum of all Heartland Community College credit hours plus all attempted transfer credits from other schools whether or not financial aid was received. For more information on Satisfactory Academic Progress, refer to https://www.heartland.edu/documents/financialaid/forms02/f02sappolicy.pdf Appeal and Reinstatement Eligible students* may appeal their denial status by submitting a written request to the Financial Aid Appeals Committee. The appeal must include a detailed explanation of the exceptional/unforeseen circumstances which existed as well as pertinent documentation to support the appeal and an explanation of changes made in personal, social or economic situations which will allow for improving chances for success. Unforeseen circumstances may include hospitalization of the student, death of an immediate family member or relocation due to employment. *Students in violation of the completion requirement and /or grade point average requirement may be eligible to submit an appeal. Students not meeting the maximum time limit/credit requirement (maximum of 96 credit hours attempted) are NOT eligible to appeal for financial aid reinstatement. Appeals will be considered for eligible applicants only if BOTH of the following criteria exist: 1. There are documented exceptional /unforeseen circumstances that existed that prevented the student from meeting the standard(s); and 2. The student can realistically meet satisfactory academic progress requirements by the end of the following semester. The deadline for appealing for satisfactory academic progress denial status is the last business day before classes begin each semester. Appeals received after this day will not be considered until the next semester. If you meet the qualifications to appeal, you must complete a Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal form. Print the completed appeal form, sign it, attaching supporting documents and submit to the financial aid office. The Committee will review the appeal, as well as all supporting documentation and provide a written explanation of the decision to you. Students in violation of Satisfactory Academic Progress in itself, does not prevent enrollment at Heartland Community College, however, the student must pay for all courses on his/her own. Repeat Credit Hours Financial aid will cover the cost of tuition for multiple repeats of a course if a failing grade has been received for all previous
11 attempts of the course. Financial aid will cover the cost of tuition and fees for a maximum of one repeat attempt of any given course if the student has previously received a passing grade in the course. In cases where a minimum passing grade is required, financial aid will cover the cost of tuition and fees for multiple repeats of the course if the minimum required passing grade has not previously been achieved. Developmental Courses Financial aid will cover the cost of tuition for a maximum of 30 hours of attempted developmental course work. Developmental is defined as any sub 100 level course. Heartland Community College Scholarship Opportunities The Heartland Community College Foundation administers a variety of scholarships designed to reward student achievement, encourage student leadership and provide financial assistance. Scholarships are supported through the generosity of individuals, businesses and organizations. All awards are based on the availability of funds. The following information is current at the time of publication. Students are encouraged to visit the Foundation office or the Financial Aid office for the most current and complete information on available scholarships, application procedures and deadlines. Information is also available at the Pontiac and Lincoln Centers as well as District 540 high school guidance counselor offices. Prospective and current, full- and part-time students who meet the eligibility requirements are encouraged to apply. Scholarship selection is competitive. Scholarships are awarded according to criteria established by the sponsor. Eligibility criteria may be updated without notice. The application for Scholarships is available online December 1 st each year and closes March 1 st, for the following academic school year awards. Universal Requirements for all Foundation Scholarships The following are minimum requirements that apply to all Heartland Community College Foundation scholarships, unless otherwise noted: Applicants must meet District 540 residency requirements at the time of application; Foundation scholarships are for HCC degree or certificate seeking students only. They may not be used for dual enrollment and are non-transferable; Unless other GPA requirements are listed, current HCC students must at least meet College academic requirements for good standing (see Academic Probation Policy - page 182); and Students applying for scholarships requiring evidence of financial need must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). All applicants are encouraged to complete the FAFSA to maximize their eligibility. Results must be available by the application deadline. Apply early. Please visit or the Financial Aid office for more information. The following is a list of some Foundation scholarships available at the time of publication. Trustee Scholarship Presidential Scholarship Rising Scholars Scholarship Academic English Language Program (AELP) Transition Scholarship Alumni Association Scholarship American Association for Women in Community Colleges--Heartland Chapter Scholarship American Society of Quality Section 1211 and Supply Chain Services International Scholarship Art Adams Scholarship Bloomington Rotary Foundation Scholarship Bloomington-Normal Drivers Golf Club Scholarship Books to Benefit Community Service Scholarship
12 Caterpillar Scholarship Central Illinois Chapter of The Links, Inc. Community College Scholarship Christine Riley Scholarship Coughlin-Kath Family Scholarship COUNTRY Financial Scholarship David W. and Deborah R. Fedor Scholarship David & Deborah Fedor HALO Scholarship Dr. Richard L. Kelly Scholarship Dr. Rod, Jeanne, and Andria Merkle Scholarship Eastland Mall Scholarship Eaton Corporation Scholarship Edward W. Pegg Sr. Memorial Scholarship Edward W. Pegg Jr. Scholarship Gary Riepe Memorial Scholarship Green Economy Scholarship H. Keith & L. Christine Hinthorn Memorial Scholarship for Men H. Keith & L. Christine Hinthorn Memorial Scholarship for Women HALO Fundraiser Scholarship Harold & Jeanne Chadwick Scholarship HCC Nursing Scholarship Heartland Bank Community Enhancement Award Heartland Faculty Association Scholarship Heritage Enterprises Scholarship Illinois Health Improvement Association Scholarship John N. Stevens Memorial Scholarship John P. Messinger Scholarship Jonathan M. Astroth Student Athlete Award Joseph E. McCauley Art Scholarship Jim Schilkoski Scholarship Kathleen M. Phillips Scholarship Kay & Thomas Wilson Scholarship Lincoln Rotary Club Scholarship Linda Craig Adult Learner Memorial Scholarship Linda Craig Memorial Nursing Scholarship Long-Term Care Nursing Scholarship Marilyn Casey Scholarship Marybeth K. Penn Scholarship Math Science Division Scholarship McLean County India Association (MCIA) Scholarship McManus Family Scholarship Mid-Illini Credit Union Scholarship Murl D. Wunderle Business Scholarship Normal Rotary Club-Art Adams Scholarship Pearl Davies Bowman Scholarship Philip Robert Thomas Memorial Scholarship Poulton-Mitchell Family Scholarship Prairie Scholarship Robert H. Blass Memorial Scholarship SEWA International Community Service Scholarship Shelly Weidenbenner Scholarship Spirit of Success Gale Keeran Nursing Scholarship Star for Education Foundation Inc. Scholarship State Farm Insurance Information Technology Scholarship
13 The Reserves Network Skilled Trade Scholarship Winston Hylton Scholarship for Academic Excellence in STEM Scholarship WNet Scholarship